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Asgard Pewter Viking Luck of Lochland Brooch

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Asgard Pewter Viking Luck of Lochland Brooch

Handmade in Scotland, United Kingdom from Lead Free Pewter by Asgard Crafts

Irish annals suggest that Lochland was a Viking kingdom in Scotland in the 8th/9th century. This pewter brooch is an original design based on the 10th century Jelling Style. It is inspired by original brooches and the one described in ‘Who’s Afraid of Beowulf’ by Tom Holt. It is handmade in Scotland from lead free pewter, and comes with a gift bag and care instructions. It measures 64mm by 40mm.

Asgard Pewter Viking Luck of Lochland Brooch

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Asgard Pewter Viking Luck of Lochland Brooch

Handmade in Scotland, United Kingdom from Lead Free Pewter by Asgard Crafts

Irish annals suggest that Lochland was a Viking kingdom in Scotland in the 8th/9th century. This pewter brooch is an original design based on the 10th century Jelling Style. It is inspired by original brooches and the one described in ‘Who’s Afraid of Beowulf’ by Tom Holt. It is handmade in Scotland from lead free pewter, and comes with a gift bag and care instructions. It measures 64mm by 40mm.

Handmade Replica and Inspired Viking and Celtic Jewellery made by Asgard in Scotland, United Kingdom using traditional methods.

Asgard Viking and Celtic Jewellery

Viking jewellery was worn for protection and reflected the traits of the Norse gods the Vikings believed in. The design of the jewellery was often inspired by symbols of the deity and the stories connected with them. Through raids and trade, the Vikings often got into contact with other civilisations and cultures that influenced the design of their own jewellery as well - Celtic knotwork designs spread this way. The styles of the Viking Age are categorised as (chronologically) the Osberg style, the Borre style, the Jelling style, the Mammen style, the Ringerike style and the Urnes style.

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Colour Pewter
Brand Asgard
Model ASG-ABR013

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